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Written by Serena Dyer
The nuts and bolts of Regency: how to be original, innovative AND authentic when Regency costumes are so often reproduced.
Written by Lynn McMasters
During the Regency many women wore hats designed after early C19th military styles. Here's how to make the distinctive pompoms.
Written by Izabela Pitcher
Izabela shows you how to recreate a habit much like the beautiful example in Kyoto, and even tests it for us, on horseback!
Written by Astrida Schaeffer
In the 1810s and 1820s rouleaux, or bias tubes of fabric, were a go-to trend for trimmings. Astrida shows us some inspirational examples.
Written by Melanie Logue
What's a reenacting mum to do when the kids are too big for baby clothes and too small to be mini grown-ups? Regency toddler style!
Written by Marion McNealy
A closer look at fashions for Winter 1812 from Ackerman's Repository and La Belle Assemblée, presented here for competition hopefuls!
Reproduce authentic looking turban headdresses - as well as the beautiful ornamental pins that were used to secure and decorate them.
A child’s development during the Regency period could be charted by the clothes he or she wore. Here's how to clothe the newest of the new.
The bonnet is the iconic accessory of the early nineteenth century: Serena shares how to construct a Close Bonnet of c.1810.
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